This post will guide you through the process of how to use the Power Apps Language Toolkit to extract a Power Apps .msapp file.
To make your app reusable, so that more people can benefit from it, you will want to share the source code files. Unfortunately, when you save your Canvas App from Power Apps Studio, it is saved in one opaque .msapp file. To be able to get the source files, you will need to use the Power Apps Language Toolkit to extract all files from the .msapp file. This way,
To be able to use the Power Apps Language Toolkit, you will need to
Please note, that command Prompt will open, show a few lines and then close automatically again.
Please also not, that you can now find a bin folder in the local folder you extracted the PowerApps Language Toolkit to. In this bin folder, you will find a Debug folder and inside of the Debug folder you will find a PASopa folder.
Please note that you will now find all source code files in that new folder. You can open the folder in a code Editor of your choice, for example Visual Studio Code.
Well done! If you like to contribute with your app to the PnP Power Apps sample gallery , you can submit your app with these source code files here. To do so, follow these steps:
Now you can submit these source code files as a sample. Please
Please do not forget to provide as well a `README.md` file which explains what your sample is about.
If this all sounds confusing to you and you are new on GitHub - you are more than welcome to attend the Sharing Is Caring sessions, where we guide you through using GitHub and making your first PR.
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